Scopus is the world's largest multidisciplinary abstract and citation database containing both peer-reviewed research literature, quality web resources with smart tools that track, analyze and visualize research.
It is a quick, easy and comprehensive resource that supports research needs in the field of Science, Technology, Medicine, Social Sciences, and Arts & Humanities.
Suite of solutions for
- Global scientific content
- Knowledge /info analysis tools
- Researcher and institutional productivity tracking and measurement
Scopus at a glance
Scopus facilitates the researchers with:
- Supports grant proposals.
- Indicator of productivity, influence and research results acceptance.
- Citation Tracker allows users to “drill down” further and perform real-time analysis on an article level.
- Scopus Citation Tracker supports a detailed level of analysis across all the data in Scopus.
- Using the Citation Overview users can either get an at-a-glance comparison from the citation overview or export results to perform more in-depth analyses.
Document search, Author search , Affiliation search and Advanced search
Alerts: Create search, document and author alerts to stay up-to-date at your desired frequency.
My list: Building customized lists of documents allows you to export, track and analyze a particular set of results at one time.
Reference managers: Export data to reference managers such as Mendeley, RefWorks and EndNote.
Citation overview: Discover documents that cite your selected articles and analyze the citation trend for any given article, set of results or for a list of author documents.
Scopus API (Application Program Interface): Expose curated abstracts and citation data from all scholarly journals, books and conferences indexed by Scopus.
Analyze search results: Understand your search metrics better with a visual analysis of your search results.
Compare journals: Gain a more complete analysis of the journal landscape.
Article Metrics module: Quickly see the citation impact and scholarly community engagement for an article.
Author profile page: From their profile page, view total citation and document count, h-index, ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier) record and access a collection of in-depth and visual analysis tools designed to provide a better picture of an individual's publication history and influence.
Scopus provides useful information for the evaluation of Universities, Research Institutions and performance of their staff.
How to request information
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Facilities are available to access the Scopus database at National Science Library and Resource Centre, National Science Foundation from Monday to Friday (8.30 am – 4.00 pm). Searching and downloading of information is free for research and educational purposes while a nominal fee will be charged for printouts.Go to database
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